Kamala Harris Spars with Amy Coney Barrett on Racial Discrimination

Kamala Harris Spars with Amy Coney Barrett on Racial Discrimination


Democrat vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) implied during her questioning of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett that the mother of two adopted black children does not understand race issues.

“My question is do you agree with Justice Roberts who said, ‘Voting discrimination still exists,’” Harris said. “‘No one doubts that.’ Do you agree with that statement?”

“Senator Harris I will not comment on what any justice said in an opinion,” Barrett said. “Whether an opinion is right or wrong. or endorse that proposition.”

“Do you call it a proposition or a fact?” Harris said. “Are you saying you don’t agree with a fact?”

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“Senator, I’m not going to make a comment,” Barrett said. “I’m not going to say that I endorse either majority or the dissent in the case of Shelby County.”

Harris and Barrett were discussing a voting rights case out of Texas.

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